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bk cmdlog(7.3.3)	    BitKeeper User's Manual	      bk cmdlog(7.3.3)

NAME
       bk cmdlog - show	the log	of commands executed in	this repository

SYNOPSIS
       bk cmdlog [-S] [-a] [-v]	[-ccutoff] [pattern]
       bk cmdlog [-r] [-ccutoff] [pattern]

DESCRIPTION
       List the	history	of repository level commands run in repository of cur-
       rent directory.	Repository level commands are bk clone,	bk commit,  bk
       export, bk pull,	and bk push.

       Commands	are listed in least recent to most recent order.

OPTIONS
       -a	List  history  of all commands run in the repository, not just
		repository level commands.
       -ccutoff	List commands which happened during the	date  range  specified
		by cutoff.
       -r	List command start and stops with relative times.  Implies -a.
       -v	Each  line of output is	prefixed with userid, timestamp	and BK
		version.  Combined with	the -a option, everything  is  listed,
		including commands run by BK itself.
       pattern	Limit the output to lines matching (regexp) pattern.

EXIT STATUS
       bk cmdlog returns exit status 0.

NOTES
       The  two	 command logs are maintained by	BitKeeper in the BitKeeper/log
       directory.  repo_log contains all repository level commands ever	run in
       that  repository.  cmd_log contains recent commands run in that reposi-
       tory.

       In the cmd_log file, commands are logged	at the time they start and  at
       the time	they finish.  By default, cmdlog output	is limited to the lat-
       ter.  Using the -av options, both the start and finish of  commands  is
       listed (as well as other	events such as trigger launches).

       The  relative  times displayed by the -r	option are only	printed	if the
       bk version logged those times.  Earlier versions	of BitKeeper  did  not
       log this	data so	it will	not appear in the output.

       When  using the -r option, the relative time is in seconds and relative
       to the first user level command (for example, the start of  a  bk  pull
       would  be 0 seconds, all	the subordinate	logs will be relative to that.
       The final entry will represent the run time of the pull command).

SEE ALSO
       bk-range

CATEGORY
       Repository

BitKeeper Inc			      1E1		      bk cmdlog(7.3.3)

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